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  1. It has nothing to do with the settings of ImgBurn - it has to do with the image itself.


    ImgBurn takes 1s and 0s (lots of them) and feeds them to the drive which writes onto the disc. Then, if you are smart enough to have verify on, it reads it back and compares it to the source data. That's it! No change in settings will help you. Change them back to default. And get an image that is correct for your TV system (not from a torrent this time, eh?)



  2. If you don't need a DL, don't use one. That's easy.


    The one in the PDF is what I was talking about. Using a -R DL will almost certainly result in a project that isn't right. The reason is that on +R DLs, the layer break can be anywhere and so it's easier to position. On -Rs, you gotta write to the end of the disc and if (even with messing around with padding), you can't put the LB in the correct position, you're fucked.


    So, go get some +R DLs.



  3. You've made the almost cardinal sin of buying DVD -R dual layer disks. They are physically hopeless (due to the way a -R DL disc is made) for DVD video (but just fine for regular data).


    Now, you really need to go get some Verbatim, +R, 2.4x, MKM-001-00, Made in Singapore.


    What is happening after 10 seconds here is that it is probably trying to access a VTS on layer 1, which is, most likely, improperly laid out. It chokes and says sayonara to you.


    Go get the +Rs and you'll be fine.



  4. (Disc ID: MBIPG101-W04-00)


    E 02:02:54 Disc's Track Sectors: 0 (TOC Sectors: 0)

    Please get some decent blanks like Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim. The drive can't read back what it just wrote on that junk.



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